Top Extended Tempered Steel Decks.

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We have collected the top Tempered Steel Extended decks from the latest tournaments. (Tempered Steel is also known as Tezzeret Tempered Steel, Tempered Steel or Steel Artifact). Its current price is around Unknown$.

ARCHETYPE ANALYSIS

Extended Tempered Steel decklists

Rank Name Date
2nd   Players:
Tezz Affintiy
By WesStapley  MTG 2011 PTQ Nagoya - South Jordan (3/12).
22-Mar
$0
Top8   Players:
Tezz Affintiy
By TysonPerry  MTG 2011 PTQ Nagoya - South Jordan (3/12).
22-Mar
$0
1st   Players:
Tempered Steel - 18 points
By Pascal Maynard  MTG 2010 MTG Worlds: Top Extended Decks.
12-Dec
$0
Other   Players:
Steel Artifact
By Jonathan Smithers  MTG 2010 MTG Worlds: Top Extended Decks.
12-Dec
$0
Other   Players:
Tempered Steel - 13 points
By Shi Tian Lee  MTG 2010 MTG Worlds: Top Extended Decks.
12-Dec
$0
1st   Players:
1
Steel
By DSD-Steve  MTG Magic-League Extended Trial.
02-Oct
$0
Top4   Players:
1
WUB Tempered Steel
By The_Youth  MTG Magic-League Extended Trial.
03-Jun
$0
Top4   Players:
16
Boobies attack
By Vicente Peiro  MTG LVE - Liga Valenciana de Extendido 1x01.
15-Jan
$0
2nd   Players:
25
Steel Artifacts
By Mateusz Mylicki  MTG 2011 PTQ Nagoya - Warszaw, Poland.
02-Apr
$0
Top8   Players:
35
Tezzeret Tempered Steel
By James Kuwata  MTG PTQ Nagoya in Honolulu.
26-Mar
$0
2nd   Players:
39
Tezzeret Tempered Steel
By Sascha Schwa...  MTG PTQ Nagoya in Hamburg.
26-Feb
$0
Top4   Players:
44
Tezzeret Tempered Steel
By Konrad SokoÅ...  MTG PTQ Nagoya in Łódź.
26-Feb
$0
2nd   Players:
46
Steel Artifact
By Charly Wons  MTG Highland Monthly Intihal Extended Tournament.
11-Dec
$0
Top4   Players:
46
Steel Artifact
By Rance Pascar  MTG Highland Monthly Intihal Extended Tournament.
11-Dec
$0
Top4   Players:
56
Tempered Steel - Tez
By Charles Dacunha  MTG 2011 PTQ Nagoya - Clermont-Ferrand, France.
20-Mar
$0


(*) Prices based in average price in TCGPLAYER.COM store.

(*) Singularity measures the grade of deviation from the standard average deck on that archetype. A high singularity means that the deck is running cards that are less common in that archetype. If you want to find "singular" or "roguish" decks, take a look at the ones with high singularity. If you're looking for a standard build, go for the ones with a lower one.



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